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  FOX News    Cavuto on Business    News/Business. Neil Cavuto and market analysts  
   discuss financial issues and forecasts. New. (CC)  

    December 15, 2012
    7:30 - 8:00am PST  

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how bad it was and probably some explanation that lies in whatever anger he had toward his mother or the school, whatever, the problem with that explanation, it's not going to explain why all these children had to be killed and any more than there's an explanation for september 11th, but it doesn't explain why the poor guy delivering bagels that day got killed for whatever the crazy cause was. >> and the same way, that was exactly my thought. it was so unfathomable on that day that so much hatred could drive men to hijack planes and drive them into the pentagon and shanksville-- >> there's a lot to this, jon. i was watching fox earlier and heard governor huckabee talk about evil and the fact that sometimes we can't confront the fact, there's just evil in the world. well, there is. on the other hand, there are also medical and scientific categories you can put this into that the final result is we don't understand this well
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enough and anybody offering simple solutions to something like this is offering no solution. this is not a simple thing, it doesn't have a simple solution. a lot of things have to be looked at as we move through this because we're just not good at predicting this kind of behavior. we don't understand it yet. >> at the same time, the whole nation wants to wrap this community in a big hug and just embrace it. >> because the whole nation realizes it can happen to them. it could happen to newton-- newtown, connecticut, an idyllic community, it can happen anywhere in this country. it doesn't mean it's going to happen, doesn't mean it's a prevalent crime, it isn't. this is not the way most children, god forbid are going to be hurt or injured. other ways to get hurt or injured and we have to pay attention to. this is so horrific and so arbitrary it could happen to any one of us and all of us have this nightmare about our
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children and that's why i think this whole country is together on this. >> and certainly those parents are going to be second guessing lots of decisions. >> i can't imagine, you know. >> and that's being a father and i can't imagine how you -- i couldn't imagine it during september 11th or many other times how you live with in, horrible. >> those answers are yet to come in the days ahead. we are going to continue our conversation with mayor guiliani in just a bit and continuing coverage of the aftermath of the tragedy in newtown, connecticut just ahead. get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science.
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>> hi, everybody, thank you for joining us on fox news on our special coverage this saturday of the murders that happened in newtown, connecticut. newtown, 60 miles from new york city, a commuter town in many ways, to the big city of manhattan, but a community all its own, a small community
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that many of us probably didn't know too much about yesterday until we got the news of the shooting and exactly what happened at sandy hook elementary school. at this point we probably all feel a little bit connected to this community. it's something that the president talked about yesterday and the president getting very emotional while making a statement at the white house saying we've endured too many of these incidents over the last few years and every time he learns the news he reacts not as a president, but as a parent. let's listen to the president. >> i know there's not a parent in america who doesn't feel the same overwhelming grief that i do. the majority of those who died today were children, beautiful little kids between the ages and five and ten years old.
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they had their entire lives ahead of them. birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of gone, among the fallen were teachers, men and women who devoted their lives helping hour children fulfill their dreams, so, our hearts are broken today. for the parents, and grandparents, sisters and brothers of these little children, and for the families of the adults who were lost. >> the president emotional yesterday, speaking about the shooting. the president's weekly media message today also touching on the school massacre and the president says the countries has a heart heavy with hurt and republicans canceled the weekly address saying they wanted the president to speak for the the entire nation at
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this time of mourning. jon? >> we just got a nod of ascent from former new york city mayor rudy guiliani. that's the right thing to do. >> absolutely, i think the president said it just perfectly and my heart goes out to him, now, i remember september 11th right afterwards having to do two or three press conferences and hardest thing to do was not to cry and i found out that one of my friend's wife had died and i actually stood behind somebody so nobody would see me crying, but it's very, very hard to not feel the emotion of something like this, all of us being parents and even ones that aren't parents, they're aunts or uncles, they understand children and understand what it means to have the innocent little children just mowed down in an absolutely incomprehensible fact and how does somebody stand in front of a classroom and kill a five or six-year-old. it completely is impossible
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for any vaguely normal person to understand that. >> and this school apparently had done everything right. aisle, you cannot, you cannot-- even if they had turned the school into a fortress and had the schools locked. >> in a community like that, they did more in a community like that than you would generally do. this is a community with one violent crime. this isn't even a dangerous a suburban or urban area and they had more security than any facts would suggest. the guy basically sounds like shot his way in. you could say, well, should they have had an armed police officer there? nothing in the past suggested they have an armed police officer there. having an armed police officer in the school is somewhat disconcerting for the children and who is to say he wouldn't have shot the armed police officer. he did a pretty good job of shooting the principal. this kid looks two things about him, looks like he knew how to shoot, and very good
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shooting, horrific shooting, but good shooting in a very short period of time and looks like he was just, very disturbed, a smart kid, a kid who had an intellect. >> that's what everybody said. >> that's a dangerous killer. >> he was also described as a gamer. >> dangerous-- >> one immersed in some the video games which can be horrifically violent and i think as much as anything-- >> this is a very dangerous killer when you put all of those elements together. >> mayor guiliani, it's good to have you here to share your thoughts and console the nation in the same way as 9/11. >> there are a lot of things that can be done about this. the only thing is, i urge don't focus on a simplistic solution, this is not a simplistic problem, not solved easily. >> former mayor rudy guiliani, jenna. >> we struggle with the right words pan a lot of us are trying to put words to the story and i tell the viewers what we know. this is the murder of our most
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innocent and it deserves the kind of respect today as we continue to learn more about the deadly school shooting in this town, in newtown, connecticut. we have a look back at yesterday's events as they unfolded. >> evil visited this community today. a call came in to dispatch and police of raced to the school. >> the children obviously were very shaken, they were crying in the closet and when they were level, police made them hold on to hands and close their eyes. >> they had their entire lives ahead of them, birthdays, graduatio graduations, weddings, kids of their own.
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>> the gym teacher directed us to stay against the wall and everybody started kind of panicking. >> there's no words, it's sheer terror. >> it doesn't seem real, it just does not team it's possible. >> we all huddled and i kept hearing these booming noises. >> i just all of our moms are networking, trying to figure out what's going on. >> the kids were terrified. they were terrified. they had just witnessed something and they were, they were terrified. >> it's -- it's the most i've ever been to. >> may god blessed victims and in the words of the scriptures, feel the broken hearted and bind up their wounds. >> the u.s. flag now flying at half staff across the country, and the president has ordered
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the flags to be lowered through tuesday. it's just one way that so many of us are honoring those who were murdered yesterday. we'll be back in just a minute after a quick commercial break from the information from the scene in newtown connecticut, answers of why this all happened we can't answer today, but we'll be right back with more new on fox news, the latest from newtown, connecticut ahead. with scottrader streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real time. which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. try our easy-to-use scottrader streaming quotes.
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>> this school tragedy reverberated throughout the nation, including the nation's capital where there's been an outpouring of grief as lawmakers react to the tragedy in connecticut. am james rosen live in d.c. for us now. >> reporter: jon, good day to
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you. we all remember president obama's poised and poignant performance as the consoler in chief at the memorial service held after the tucson, arizona massac massacre. in the make of newtown, mr. obama found it difficult to keep his emotions in check. he appeared in the press briefing room names after james s brady, the press secretary wounded in the shooting attack on president reagan. in the weekly radio address the president was a bit more composed. >> the majority of those who died today were children. beautiful little kids between the ages and five and ten years old. most of most who died were just youngheir whole lives ahead of them. every parent in america has had a heart heavy with hurt. lowered to half staff at the white house and the capitol building yesterday he. the nation's top law enforcement officials attorney general eric holder was in tulsa, oklahoma yesterday
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honoring the new u.s. attorney installed there. >> i'm a father of three children myself. i can only begin to imagine the pain that the parents in connecticut are feeling today. i want to assure them and people in this nation we're doing everything we can to investigate this horrendous crime and offer assistance any way we can and that also means we are telling people to connecticut to deal with the traumatic impact that this has had. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner issued a call for unity yesterday, saying in a statement, let us all cling together in god's grace, to pray for the families of the victims that they may find comfort and peace amid such suffering and let us give thanks, boehner added, to those who helped them get to safety. and no parents of the children murdered at sandy hook described the pain of such
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tragedy said house speaker nancy pelosi, nobody all americans share our prayers and our grief over these horrifying events and every person is thrust into the quandary with this event. we want to turn to language and distinctly make us human, but words fail us. >> jon: thank you very much, james rosen reporting from d.c. in a situation that involves so much sadness and horror, there's heroism to discuss, we'll be talking to one of the people who was inside and helped save children's lives coming up. ♪
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>> here in newtown, connecticut, just five minute or so walk to the school directly this direction. you can see the community ball field is now a media staging area. as folk flock to newtown to better understand what happened yesterday. it is a residential area and people are walking on the streets and so it is quiet today. a couple walking earlier today. a woman ask her husband talked to us about what happened yesterday. she is a library clerk and at
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the school yesterday when the shooting happened. take a listen. >> i told them when we started on the intercom that they were going to make an announce we heard scuffling noise i thought they were hitting it by mistake and one of the secretaries worried ask said there is a shooting. and you know, you become aware ask we heard the gun shots and i yelled lock down and told the classroom lock down. >> you had time to go ask tell theth are the class. >> it is just the one across the hall from me . >> kids were scared and they are scared even when it is a drill . the fire alarm goes off it is scary for little kids. i don't think until we opened the door and there was 15
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state cops with guns and agents did they really -- >> what was going through your minds what the children were saying. nand how long did that take. >> there was not a gunman outside of the door. we wont let them in. and they are pounding on the door saying they were police and they had machine call yus put a badge under the door and we removed the file cabinets and let the kids out to them. mary ann jacob a liian clerk at the school. more from newtown ahead.
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